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Best Sushi Restaurants in the U.S.

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Jeffery Salter

Raw-fish fans are flocking to these sushi restaurants from Los Angeles to Maine.

Naoe, Miami

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Dining under a chef’s complete control can seem risky. But in the case of chef Kevin Cory, his omakase-style service at Naoe is worth the gamble. If you can get a seat in this intimate restaurant, you’ll quickly discover that every detail is thought out, from the professional service to the family-brewed sake. A bento box is likely to come out first, with treats of sardines over rice or cooked baby turnips that are lightly salted. More bites of pristine nigiri are presented throughout the meal, where even seemingly simple slices of salmon are brought to life with a touch of the house-brewed soy sauce. At this shrine to sushi, the meal is meant to be a personal experience, orchestrated by a chef who will leave you in trusted hands.

661 Brickell Key Dr.; (305) 947-6263; naoemiami.com

Best Sushi Restaurants in the U.S.

Naoe, Miami

Dining under a chef’s complete control can seem risky. But in the case of chef Kevin Cory, his omakase-style service at Naoe is worth the gamble. If you can get a seat in this intimate restaurant, you’ll quickly discover that every detail is thought out, from the professional service to the family-brewed sake. A bento box is likely to come out first, with treats of sardines over rice or cooked baby turnips that are lightly salted. More bites of pristine nigiri are presented throughout the meal, where even seemingly simple slices of salmon are brought to life with a touch of the house-brewed soy sauce. At this shrine to sushi, the meal is meant to be a personal experience, orchestrated by a chef who will leave you in trusted hands.

661 Brickell Key Dr.; (305) 947-6263; naoemiami.com

Jeffery Salter
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